Supercomputing requires math, thinking skills, algebra and computational thinking and an awareness of gateways to computing. New technologies require rethinking the use of technology Cyberlearning does that for transformational learning.
SOUTH FAYETTE, PA. — Diagrams of simple machines — a pulley, an inclined plane, a lever — appeared on the massive whiteboard of a school STEAM lab (STEM subjects plus Art) in South Fayette, a fast-growing suburb of Pittsburgh. Two dozen fifth graders, split into teams of four, busily sketched designs for “Rube Goldberg machines” …
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Transcript of Stephen Wolfram's talk at SXSW 2015 on the present and future of computing: Wolfram Language, image recognition, language-design philosophy, tweetable programs, computational thinking for kids, natural language as input, symbolic...
The Hour of Code is a one-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics. Join our information session to hear: an overview about the Hour of Code, why you should host an Hour of Code, what event organisation is involved, activities fo...
Pioneers in film, journalism, sports and gaming talk about the potential and struggles of building a new art form from the ground up, ahead of several headset launches taking place in the coming months.
(Janet Kolodner) Q. You began in AI and pioneered case-based reasoning. What is that? A. Rule-based expert systems were becoming more capable in 1980, but they broke unless you told them exactly what to do, and they didn’t get better with time and experience.
By Chad Dorsey (Chad Dorsey is President of the Concord Consortium.) As we enter an age where data seems to be everywhere, both educators and education researchers are becoming aware of its power. Yet our current view of data is highly limited.
"X-ray vision" that can track people's movements through walls using radio signals could be the future of smart homes, gaming and health care, researchers say. A new system built by computer scientists at MIT can beam out radio waves that bounce off the human body. Receivers then pick up the reflections, which are processed by computer algorithms to map people’s movements in real time, they added.
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